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on the keystone pipeline. it would carry oil from canada to refineries in the u.s. it would create 20,000 new jobs and health the u.s. become energy independent but opponents say it will destroy property and the environment. >> this is about your fundamental right as an american the people will take your property because corporations can make money. >> secretary of state john kerry will be involved, and he will make a recommendation to the president. now the president delayed a decision because of environmental concerns. >> the lights are back on for more than 1000 virginia power customers. they were without power for much of the day, and that is because of a car accident. police say the car crashed into power poles and knocked them down. the crews replaced them this afternoon. >> it is expected to be one of the most contentious issues. how to deal with immigration reform. we may have an idea of the administration's plans after a draft plan of the proposal. it would create a path to citizenship. the president also wants to beef up border security and require employees to check the immigration
to citizenship for the 11 million people living in the u.s. illegally. plus quicker path to citizenship as short as two years for illegal imfronts who came to america as children, the so-called dreamers. >> we need responsible permanent solution to problem of those here illegally. >> the leading republican on the issue senator marco rubio slammed and charged the president's plan is half baked. warning, "if actually proposed, the president's bill would be dead on arrival in congress leaving with us unsecured borders and broken legal immigration system for years to come." white house aides note there are twice as many border agents as there were a decade ago. dennis mcdonough in the first round of sunday interviews with white house chief of staff answered rubio directly, claiming that the white house proposal is a plan "b" in case congress does not find compromise. >> he says it's dead on arrival if proposed. make sure it current have to be proposed. make sure the group up there, the gang of eight makes progress on the effort as much as they say they want to. that is what we intend to do. work wit
them stay in the u.s. for permanent legal status and according to the report letting immigrants stay in the country. if they have less than three criminal convictions and haven't spent more than a year in prison. >> we are doing exactly what we said we'd do. we'll be prepared which we're very aggressively supporting. >> at first glance, the proposals go beyond what the president himself laid out less than a week ago. >> the time has come to pass comprehensive immigration reform. >> in his state of the union address, president obama said illegal immigrants should not benefit over illegal immigrants. >> a path that includes passing a background check. learning english and going to the back of the line behind the folks trying to come here legally. >> democrats are eager to hold on to the 71% latino votes they want in the 2012 election. republicans are trying to show they are not antiimmigrant. analysts say the stakes for both sides are high. >> the republicans think they need to do immigration reform to get hispanics back into the party. they promised hispanics immigration reform. >> an
. >> immigrants are a big part of why the u.s. is as successful as it is. >> immigration has long divided republicans and democrats. a bipartisan group is making progress towards compromise, which now seems in danger after plans from the white house leaked out. >> this raises the question that many of us continue to wonder about. does the president really want a result or he does -- or does he want to get political a bandage in the next election? >> it is not going to work. we will not be able to get the votes to pass in the house. >> the president's new chief of staff insist it was only meant as a backup if the bipartisan proposal stalls in the house or senate. >> he says it is dead on arrival. >> keep in mind that the bipartisan compromise is still a work in progress. there is no actual plan yet to unveil. the democrats say give it time, and republicans say there will be a link between illegal immigrants obtain green cards and tightening border security. rebecca cooper, abc 7 news. >> new at 6:00, prince george's county is now the center of the gun-control debate, after announcing it ha
he has the perfect defense against criminal prosecution in the u.s. running for public office. he's running for a senate seat in australia and said the u.s. would drop its investigation rather than risk a diplomatic incident. he plans to start a wikileaks party which will run on a platform of transparency in government. >>> in news 4 for your health, say -- there was no increased risk of breast and gynecological cancers from in vitro fertilization. it includes drugs that stimulate ovulation. they've linked treatment to a higher risk of cancer. other studies have not found a connection. >>> your kids are watching us right now, you might want to limit how much tv they watch later today. a new study suggests that children who watch too much television may turn into more aggressive adults. researchers tracked a thousand kids born in the early '70s in new zealand. those kids who watched the most tv were more likely to be convicted of a crime and be more anti-social as adults. the results are not necessarily the result of too much tv. >>> the united nations is reviewing ways to prevent
of scandal is unlikely to happen in the u.s. our country no longer slaughters horses. the companies involved in the scandal do not export beef to the u.s. >> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> let's take a look at the weather for you. it is improving weather here on the most powerful radar. you see the snow showers have come to an end. the streamers were coming all the way across pennsylvania towards the great lakes. take a look at some of the weather in motion throughout the day today. it was interesting as we tack a look at the camera shots across maryland. that was kind of a wild-looking sky over bel-air. on and off snow showers. brief reductions in visibility. almost can't call these classic snow showers. these were like snow bursts. and then even light accumulations on the football field out the manchester way. let's take a look at current conditions. cold and, yes, the winds are how longs. 22 to 28 miles per hour. windchill from the west is feeling like just 8 to 13 above. brutally cold with the snow showers continuing here as we go through the overnight hours. and we look at t
exit, u.s. naval research lab. seeing a lot of delays on that exit as well. possible work arounds for you as you take martin luther king or take suit land parkway to avoid the accident. aaron and eun. >>> thank you, danella. >>> a hospital in lockdown after someone opens fire. we're tracking developments at the live desk next. >>> it's a story that sparked outrage among parents. the fallout from a man accused of slapping a >>> good morning. i'm tony tull at the live desk tracking breaking news out of portland, oregon. last night at 12:30 our time, police were called to a hospital for a man with a gun. we're told the hospital was placed on lockdown. police were able to contain the gunman inside. they say that a shot rang out, the gunman is dead. but, again, that hospital in portland, oregon is still on lockdown as police there investigate what happened. as of right now, there are no other injuries. we'll continue to track the story. back to you. >>> it marks ten years since 100 people died in a rhode island nightclub fire. yesterday loved ones gathered for a memorial. the station n
set his sights on 30 companies. they include cereal maker general mills. the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments in a case involving seed giant monsanto. a farmer planted soybeans that was a product of a monsanto seed. monsanto says to buy the seeds every year. this could affect patents on other important technologies. giving somebody another chance at sight. a system was developed by second site medical products that received fda approval. it will not actually restore sight. it would give patients the ability to perceive light and dark. that can help them with daily tasks. such as reading a large sign. i am gigi stone with the bloomberg business report. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. we did not expect any snow. bundle up. the wind chill is about 10. we will see plenty of sunshine today. this will be the windiest part of the day. high temperature about 40. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. we have a couple of problem spots to talk about on the secondary roads. we will bring us up on a map.
a special visa for illegal immigrants allowing them to stay in the u.s. while they wait for permanent legal status. the republicans say the president is using the leak to gain a political edge. >>> also, it appears there will be a confirmation vote for chuck hagel as the next defense secretary. gop opponents had stalled the former senator's bid. some critics challenged his past statements and his criticism. president bush's administration. now, those opponents say they will probably allow his senate confirmation vote to proceed when senators come back to work one week from today. >>> parents, you've all been there. passengers without kids. you have too. >> a toddler on the plane pitching a fit and there is no what where to go. one mother says a man took things with a too far when he allegedly slapped her little boy. we'll hear about this story. >> it is cold outside. temperatures in the teens and low 20s. no doubt about it. feels like february out there. i'll have the details on the forecast. and julie wright has the day off. jeff newman has a look at the traffic coming up after the break.
that business you face a mandatory minimum 10 years in federal prison. >>> the u.s. attorney says the men faced their prostitution ring out of this former warehouse. and it is a crime simmons faced before. back in 2010, baltimore county detectives responded to a prostitution ad posted by simmons. he received a 1-year probation and a fine. but he kept his job. now, his office is aggressively pursuing sex trafficking crimes, especially those involving teens and children. >> in a case in which the under age teen appears to be a prostitute or advertised as one, those cases are going to receive the highest priority of attention from the federal government. >> reporter: according to court do you means, simmons posted a $50,000 bond and was released. >> as of tonight he is suspended from the fire department without pay pending an investigation. >>> a standoff comes to an end. a 38-year-old suspect surrenders but not before stabbing a teenager. the standoff lasted 2-1/2 hours at a home in hagerstown. charged with attempted murder. the police say they saw a
move into bel air. you see a sapphire sky, a few from charm city run and at the u.s. naval academy, not a bad day at all as we observe washington's birthday. take a look at some of the current conditions right now. basically we'll skip past that. right hard 40 degrees. take a look at some of the conditions neighborhood by neighborhood. i'm skipping head. let me see if i can back up and show you what we'll be looking for tomorrow has we kick off the day. looks like eventually in the upper 40s a potential icy mix from glen el west seeing a little bit of a wintry mix. same deal as we take you into carroll county tomorrow, maybe a brief icy mix going over to rain quickly early in the morning right around the westminster zone going west. for much of the state, much of the hear conditions will be in the form of rain tomorrow. so take a look at the setup. clear across the region. a few clouds beginning to edge. the trend showing increasing clouds overnight. as we bring this in, again, starting off at 9:00 in the morning starting to edge its way in through hagerstown and sleet and changing
's headlines from around the globe. "los angeles times" says the u.s. forces prepared to comply with afghan strike limits. >>> the norm timeses says the white house plan s tos to conduct a project. it would gain insight into perception and consciousness. >>> "the washington post" says republicans are sending signals that chuck hagel's bid to become defense defense de de-secretary of state will come up. they say there's a reasonable time to have those questions'ed. >>> and "usa today" says hugo chavez made a return. it was announced via the president's official twitter >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by aarp. real possibilities. >>> people all over the world are looking up after a series of close encounters with meteors and asteroids. we'll find out this morning how scientists keep track of these space rocks before they get this close. >>> plus danica patrick makes history at daytona, becoming the fastest qualifier for the great american race. >> there's a lot of things and people that go into getting a full position at the daytona 500. i'm a smal
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hagel. critics say he isn't supportive enough u.s. ally israel and is unreasonably sympathetickic to iran. still, gop opponents say they will probably allow a confirmation vote when they return from break on the 25th. >>> a leaked immigration proposal from the white house is drawing some harsh criticism from republicans. the draft bill leaked to "usa today" would create a special sleys afor illegal immigrants allowing them to stay in the u.s. while they wait for permanent legal status. -- a special visa for illegal immigrants. >>> time now no the morning line. >> and u2. >> what? >> that was u2 and you too as well. >> let's just do this. >> the runners and caps had their first meeting yesterday. we don't like them. you know why? because they beat us last year in the semifinals. >> that is a good reason not to like somebody. >> you ever been in madison square guardens? >> yes, went there and saw the big east tournament last year. >> how did you get tickets? >> don't be asking that. >> caps are up 1-0 but rangers are pretty good. this is why they're pretty good. they may good defen
a special visa for illegal immaterial grants allowing them to stay in the u.s. only those who have been convicted of less than three crimes and spent no more than a year in prison. a bipartisan deal is also in the works which would require full boarder security before pathway to citizenship is offered. >>> meanwhile, senator john mccain is speaking out about the delay to vote on the defense d secretary pick. republicans should stop stalling a vote despite a his belief that chuck hagel is not qualified to run the pentagon. >> making headlines around the region now, the investigation continues into a house fire in southeast that critically injuredt a little girl. g flames ripped through this home on 33rd street yesterday morning.ay the 4 year old girl remains in the hospital. a 2 year old boy and three adults were treated for minor injuries. the home's owner is charged with felony threats and simple assault. investigators say he made threats against one of the women living at that home while crews worked to put out the flames.t >>> police on the eastern shore are investigating the murder
to the constitution which abolished slavery in the u.s. jurisdiction these landmark documents of the freedom reside here at the national archives but they are filled with documents that tell the story of the emancipation of the individual level. the letter from a black soldier to the enslaved wife assures her there's a present national difficulties are great yet i look forward to a brighter day and the one asked president lincoln if she were signing the nitze push proclamation sadly the answer was no because she was in maryland, a border state unaffected by the decree. the first-person accounts of the slaves on sob files provide a window on to the world before and after the war. some talk of choosing a name tabare as a free person and others describe the long searches to reunite their families. milestones denied to and enslaved population, marriage, going to school now become popular for free people and our tremendous holdings that contains stories of the struggles and achievements. historians on the panel looked at the records and as other research institutions and the investigations we are lucky
. the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments in a case involving monsanto. a former planted soybeans that was a product of a monsanto seed. monsanto says to buy the seeds every year. this could affect patents on other important technologies. a system was developed by second site medical products received fda approval . . would give patients the ability to perceive light and dark. that can help them with daily tasks. i am gigi stone with the bloomberg business report. >> now weather and traffic together on the 1's. >> good morning. temperatures in the upper teens and low 20's. that is a little deceiving. dress for 10. we will make it up to 40 with plenty of sunshine. rain and chicago, 49. dry and chilly in denver, 41. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. >> good morning. not looking to better overall. there is a problem in dundalk with possible lane closures. this is 795 near owings mills boulevard, 60 miles per hour in both directions. 65 in the area of white marsh towards the beltway. things are looking good north and southbound. almost a ghost town
, florida. jummy? >> these are live pictures from our abc affiliate. they're working a huge off u.s. 41.re two on arms fire happening at to alarmng facility -- arm fire.wo-al they are trying to protect from catching on fire. flames and black smoke ring into the air. re wking to get more information. if there are injuries was working at the recycling facility at the time of the fire. so we are waiting for details to in from florida. as soon as we get that information, we will give you an update. back to you. >> thank you. a fourth. a block pint. -- a block. >> that's kevin durant helping beat the east in game with 30star points. mvp with 20as the points and 15 assists. some of those taking part in weekend, let's make sure that they addressed to impress. they take back to a new level in cases. check out it a tnt sideline reporter. >> wow. >> the strange fashions always fans.se >> and nba star darryl dawkins sharp in that suit. thunder starcity und westbrook with a coating glasses -- coat. >> peace course. >> one minute and 15 seconds, john carlson of the capitals beat the rangers goalie. the
on the beltway. 795 pretty empty at franklin. same goes for 70 at u.s. 29. this traffic report is brought to you by bill's carpet. call 877-75-bills. >>> maryland state police are searching for answers this morning after a college student was killed in front of his friends and family. 21-year-old edmond aaron st. clair was stabbed on the campus of the university of maryland eastern shore dying at the hospital, after an altercation between two groups of people. police are searching for three young men. >>> another murdered university of maryland student was remembered this weekend. more than 100 people attended a memorial service for 22-year-old stephan rane. police say he was shot and killed by his off campus house mate dayvon green tuesday morning. another student was also wounded that morning. green then died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. >>> a hagerstown man is waking up behind bars after a teenager is stabbed inside his home. police say 38-year-old generette dixon surrendered after a stand half. neighbors saw a woman running from his house with a knife in his chest. he's been charged
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of america put out a piece, talking about the u.s. celebrating president's day. it first became a federal holiday in 1879 to celebrate the february 22nd birthday of george washington, the first u.s. president. joe in maryland, democrat, hi. caller: my favorit would have to have been bill clinton. there are so many to choose from. i was very young. it was in high school at the time. he put into place a lot of laws that allow for people like me to go to college. beyond that, he was just incredibly involved in science necessarily see a lot of a a lot of presidents do now. host: from oklahoma, an independent caller. caller: my favorite president has to be lyndon johnson. look what he did for civil rights not only for americans but for everybody in this country. he fought through the garage of our southern states, and he got it through. -- fought through the brage of our southern states. lyndon johnson said, "when i sign these proclamations, i am turning the south over to the republican party." the city just agreed with the emancipation proclamation. this is in 2013. lyndon johnson fought for
. >> reporter: u.s. researchers found preschool-aged children with imitate what they see on tv. >> a lot of children's programming, even though it's children's programming, still shows a lot of violence. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics suggests children, older than 2 should watch less than two hours of tv a day. and that kids younger than 2, shouldn't watch any tv at all. >> reporter: the walshes have trained their children so they know whatnot to watch. >> they all shout at the same time, "we're not allowed to watch that ." >> reporter: they also limit tv time during the week. and make sure their children spend most of their time outside, staying active. in south bury mills, new york, vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> in addition, researchers found that excess television viewing increase the risk of criminal conviction later in life. >>> president john f. kennedy's air force bomber jacket has a new owner. the jacket sold for $665,000 on a president's day auction in massachusetts. hundreds of items were sold by the family of david p
in front. tv. but also about what types of shows they're watching. >> reporter: in the second study, u.s. researchers found preschool-aged children, can imitate what they see on tv. >> a lot of children's programming, even though it's children's programming, still shows a lot of violence. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics suggests children older than 2, should watch less than two hours of tv a day. and that kids younger than 2 shouldn't watch any tv at all. >> reporter: the walshes have strained their children so they know what not to watch. >> they all shouted at the same time, we're not allowed to watch that. >> if you want to be a pirate. >> reporter: they also limit tv time during the week. and make sure their children spend most of their time outside. staying active. in salisbury mills, new york, ve vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> in addition to anti-social behavior, researchers found that excess television viewing in children increase the risk of criminal conviction later in life. >>> still to come on wjz's eyewitness news. i
in front of tv, but also what types of shows they're watching. >> reporter: in the second study, u.s. researchers found preschool-aged children can imitate what they see on tv. >> a lot of children's programming, even though it's childrenning programming, still shows a lot of violence. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics suggests children, older than 2, should watch less than two hours of tv a day. and that kids younger than 2, shouldn't watch any tv at all. >> reporter: the walshes have trained their children so they know whatnot to watch. -- >> they all shout at the same time "we're not allowed to watch that ." >> they also limit tv time during the week. >> reporter: and make sure their children spend most of their time outside, staying active. in south bury mills, new york, vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> in addition to anti-social behavior, researchers found that excess television viewing in children, increased the risk of criminal conviction later in life. >>> check in with eyewitness news at 6:00. for these stories and mor
the sequestration happen. the commonwealth would be burdened by the budget cuts with the pentagon, the u.s. navy base and high numbers of defense and civilian government contractors in the state. >> the president's day celebration is in full swing in alexandria. rolled through old town this afternoon. visitors can get into historic sites. take walking tours. there are even wine tastings going on. >> if you couldn't get to the parade, luck out with tickets to the white house easter egg roll. the lottery opens thursday morning at 10:00. you have from then to the 25th to sign up. march 1st find out if you snagged a ticket in the lottery. scheduled for monday april the 1st. that is the day after easter. head over to myfoxdc.com and look for a link to the ticket site. hopefully you'll have more luck than people trying to get beyonce tickets. >> i'm keeping my fingers crossed. >>> coming up tonight, a new study shows a positive impact certain tv shows can have on your children. >> i pushed him away. that's when he slapped jonah. >> and a man accused of slapping a toddler gets slapped back by his emplo
on that nightmare cruise on the carnival "triumph." tonight the u.s. coast guard says a faulty fuel oil line caused the fire on board that knocked out the ship's engine. fuel sprayed on the a hot surface and that caught fire. that disabled ship stuck in the gulf of mexico for days, it left passengers with no air conditioning and incredibly unsanitary conditions. several passengers have filed lawsuits and a final report on that fire is still months away. >> a 6-year-old saves the day after fire rips through a building this morning. officials were told about the blaze just before 9:00. it caused extensive damage. two townhouses and minor damage to three others. officials say it was a 6-year-old who was visiting from out of town who was the hero. >> just before the fire alarms activated and just before the navy lodge called the emergency communication center a 6-year-old child who was a visitor at one of the units noticed the smoke and woke everyone else up in that particular residential unit. >> five families had to be moved out of their housing on base because of that damage. one firefighter also su
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